The Worker in Modern Economic Society

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CONTENTS
PART ONE HUMAN NATURE AND INDUSTRY
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INTRODUCTION3
CHAPTER I. HUMAN NATURE AND EVOLUTION
A. Introductory
1. The Great Society. Graham Wallas7
2. The Economist's Concern with Human Nature. Rexford G. Tugwell 10
3. What a Study of Human Behavior Involves. John B. Watson12
B. Glimpses of Social Change
4. The Meaning of Human Evolution. Vernon Kellogg14
5. How Civilization Changes. A. A. Goldenweiser16
6. The Influence of Tools on Man's Development. O. G. S. Crawford 18
Problems on Chapter i21
CHAPTER II. SOME IMPORTANT ASPECTS OF HUMAN BEHAVIOR
1. Sources of Human Energy
a) The Energies of Men. William James24
b) Mental Aspects of Fatigue. Frank Watts26
2. The Nature and Importance of Habit
a) The Functions of Habit. William James28
b) Habit in Social Life: the Folkways and Mores. W. G. Sumner 29
3. Three Types of "Emulation." C. H. Cooley31
4. The "Herd" Tendencies in Industry. Frank Watts33
5. The Nature and Function of Rational Thought
a) The Nature of judgment. John Dewey36
b) Reason as a Guiding Force. E. L. Thorndike39
c) How Our Desires Influence Our Reason. W. F. Ogburn42
6. Individual Differences
a) Differences in General Character and Intelligence. Irwin Edman 44
b) Differences in Special Capacities. Bernard Muscio46
c) An Intelligence Rating by Occupations.Memoirs National Academy of Sciences48
Problems on Chapter ii50

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